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in different states including in florida and now really interesting admissions by republicans in florida. including the former florida party chair mr. greer. jim greer says "the republican party, the strategists consultants, they firmly believe that early voting is bad for republican party candidates. it's done for one reason. and one reason only. we've got to cut down on early voting because early voting is not good for us." nothing to do with voter fraud. it has everything to do with basically trying to help the republicans win elections. so what is jim greer doing? he's throwing the republican party in the middle of the ring and dropping a truth elbow on him. there you go! now of course, he's fighting with the republican party. they say he stole money cetra so now he can be honest with what they're doing. charlie crist is saying the same thing. former republican governor of florida, he says "the only thing that makes any sense as to why this is happening referring to ending early voting or admitting it -- and being done
projections projections? he projected that obama would get 332 and when florida is decided, president obama will get 332 elect traditional votes. he said there was a 92% chance that president obama will win and there was a chance that president obama and in fact, he did win. nate silver last election got 49 out of 50 states right. this time when florida comes in, he'll get 50 out of 50 right. who else did i rely on? "huffington post" pollsters. do you know how many states they got right? 50 out of 50. you know why? because they did math. they didn't say these are the things we want to happen. they said this is what the polling, the combination of polling indicates. see, we have logic, we have reasons. not the republicans say this, the democrats say this, golly gee, what do i do? you do math. that's what you do. that's why we were right and they were wrong. now we go to the second part of the media. some tweeted last night. obama is going to win and i wonder if they're going to call this even. they can't call it even if the guy won the presidency. well, they were saying it's not a mandate. a
. louisiana number two florida is third. georgia's at 24, alabama at 23, tennessee at 22,000, and then north carolina, south carolina, arkansas and finally look at that, we've got kind of a blue state in colorado in the bottom of the top 10 there. now, it's interesting, because most of these states in the top 10 are takers, not makers. that's the language that the republicans love to talk in, right? they actually have done studies on how much they give to the federal government and how much they give back. first of the top 10 states give more to the federal government than they receive. arkansas is 73 cents and colorado at 91 cents. now let's look at the takers, the red toyota always complain about the federal government but all they do is mooch off of it. here's that list. >> look at alabama! moochers! takers! losers! south carolina, taking, taking, taking, $1.92. speaking of tennessee their congressman zack wamp i lamb wanted to call him swamp, would be somewhat appropriate said this: >> cenk: look, the reality is i love a lot of these southern states. i've been to tennessee many times, lo
of endangered bird statute than the case of voter fraud. and in florida there were more shark attacks in the first 2010 than the case of voter fraud. how has this taken traction? these courts has not done away with it. they said we have to wait and see and then implement. >> we were discussing this before the show, right? if you look at the presidential election, and the voter turnout numbers that the obama campaign was able to get out higher turnouts laws that are in the process of being passed. you get into a situation where grassroots organizations are going to spend that much more money and that much more preparation and get into the game that much earlier with lawyers and what not to try to get around these things. or to not get around them, but to ensure whatever new laws are passed their voters can apply it. >> michael: tricia, the civil rights movement, it's different than being able to sit down at the bus or the launch counter. is there motivation? >> it's no question, it's a different time. we're in a different era and strategies are different. when you said alabama is close
but governor rick scott of florida won't admit it. he whitewashes a bad law. >> cenk: really, rick scott not admitting to doing something wrong. >> eliot: shocking. >> cenk: looking forward to it. see you in a minute. ñ
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